Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 16, 1928 · Page 9
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S an-pe ,»<,^^«p „ ^.^. r ,„ ,H 3? f *. •!$*! j^, ^ ^^, ^ JJ. «S *• * i ?> wij* 1 ?* i- CAZETTS, f i A»«r«w Jnetewra h*t» fa (drawn' in » H mint b* preserved," from the By Rodney Dutcher. (NBA Service Writer.) (Copyright, ^B- NEA Service Inc.) Washington. Oct. 16—The flrnt national politic*! conventions were held In the campaign of 1833, when President Andrew Jackson ran for re-election and overwhelmingly defeated Henry Clay. ' The three •which nominated presidential candidates all met in Baltimore. In September, 1830. Anti-Masons from New England. New York, Ohio, New Jersey, Jennsylvanla and Dela- toast "te onr toy C, W. Union ware met at Philadelphia in national convention. The movement datfrd back to 1828. when William Morgun was supposed to have been kidnaped snd murdered for revealing secrets of Freemasonry- The movement had spread through the north, figuring frequently in state elections. The 88 delegates at voted for a ficcond convention a year Inter at Baltimore, which met, and almost unanimously nominated former Attorney General William Wlrt, ft Marylander, Wlrt wer\t to the convention in response to the from 17 sinte*. Tfcmjwjrftry permanent chulnwen 49J«pit#ii TOiad by vising ami • thfir rholc? ** th*tr were e«l!ed find CSsy nominated unanimously , John 8*rsr?«nt of doubtful Pe-rm- sylv»nl» for vice president. Th* convention issued »n address to the peoplfi denouncing th* Bdmintrtratkm for partisanship, corruption, »buse of po^'fr. tsriff treachery, the war on ihp United BtAtes Bank and so on. It recommended a national convention of youns? men which m*t In May. accepted the nominations *md adopted ft sfrles of resolu fiom regarded RS the first plat form adopted in rational convention. The assembly V,-BS called "Clay's Infant-School." Ths pint- form echoed the bigger convention's address. PnlHIclns of Jnekscm'8 "Kitchen Cabinet" board of strategy fomented the first Democratic National convention In order to nom- inMe Martin Van Buren for the vice presidency. The Jncksonlans had called themselves Democrats sine* the last election. Von Buren's nomination had to be manipulated, because he WHS not. popular with the masses. Delegates were advised that they had better support him unless they cared to "guauel wl\h the general." Dictate Nomination, Jackson was not nominated — his candidacy wns merely en-' dorsed. He dcctated Van Burcn's nomination, made by 208 of 253 frfitn rstnry of stni.n h^n fiiminst fo for Jft'- us . und £ v.-m Bur*n ted JK- presidency n hod i ori*> term for enr-e for Van nmrn <ivrr Cathouti who became ins mortal when he learned that Calhoun sought his trial durlntt the Moa roe administration for his ctmdae* of the Florida Indian War. Jaclt- mn crushed Calhoun for his I'leatlcnist sympathies. Webttar had hopes for the antt- nomination, but, friends convicted him ho had no chanw nininBt Clay. The Coalition. Clay. Calhoun and Webster formed an antl-adnilnistratlon Ben- ate coalition, aided by a simllir House group led by John Quint;? Adams, Edward Everett and RufuS Choale. The Senate blocked Van Buren's appointment an minister to England, Calhoun casting the deeld ing vote. As Lord Aukland told Van Burrn. In London, such an "outrage"' was an advantage to any public mnn, nnd Van Burfcu bMAme his party's martyr. Jackson always fought hard for his friends and the defeat helped usher Van Bunm to the presidency but Calhoun wiui shortsighted enough to say of the Senate's action: The Best of Cooks Use GLASS PACKED FOODS ro^r health/and It t, he roulfl rt>»irn in! fsvor of Vcn Buren nfter inaugura-i Won. Th" tit!"]'; of ho*-h c»ndld*t£«; **r»> luridly rehashed. The fir*?,! politkal r!?r1oot«, »ot! - Jack-eon.i wf re \i.'--«d — on* abftwlnK «T».rkeon ' »s R rrovnrd rtsvll hsnrting the' scep'T to Van Bursii. Poor Clay never coukl Wilt h« hurt txi "kid" th* public. Ms sought to merge th* clawes —' buslnesfl. finance, NulUftCfttlontsto, Hw rich southern planters, rfili- gSous jerts, the RnU-Msnons, wes»- «TTS farmers and Iund spccsilntcrs. He seriously considered Calhoun's to t**« o«r the clay in certain R«itb*rn states and, carrying; them, throw the «lec(lon into the House whcrr Olay could be elected, Jackson's strategixtg merfted the ms&scs and, won. Th?y mp- poln^ed a Jackson leftdw In every village nnd played to the tall grass for the great mass of new voters. They formed campaign glee clubs, mass meetings with spellbinders and torchlight parades. They propagandised small C.-»ro!injiu thr<«*» vote <in f?ftf*riior ' Virginia. Floyd «nd »hoi!t 30. mm pnpui»r t Wirt AIRPLANE WAS OfTVFANTS NOT HURl GsJft'.burg, JH., Oct. l$M»»fA.F.> ~ An airplun* piloted by Charits P«r» «j of Oslesburp was wrecked wh*n 11 crashed into R fence in faking off near the fair ground* nt KnoxvilJt, Pftrse! fetid his pajwentrer. Joe Dnvl- *on. of Oalesburg whom he WPS !«k« ing up to make s parachute jump before crowds at a rod?o were un- hurf. SENATOR BLA1NK CAME OUT FOR GOVERNOR SMITH Borcobel. Wis., Oct. 16—<AP) — John J. niaifift, United States senator and former governor of Wisconsin, a progressive republican, yesterday announced his support for Governor Smith of New York for president. Cleaners and dyers know exactly what they are about! We are fully justified in so dpscrihing ourselves. Our work is prompt, efficient, and very reasonable in price. Check up today and you'll find several things you should send UP. Grwn Hirl i r 1imn = -*-4 14 i f I I f , ***»»» |, x2 Ff ;^_ 3xf> Franco i f i, " " jlj].SInl> S «,%>i f ..... Telephom fi Office and Fsrrfu, 1 East of "Q» Depot, Rock Falls MRS. DOROTHY A. LOVDON Lecture At the Cooking School ' This Week Jilini Theatre. Admission Free Mrs, Dorothy A. London has selected a beautiful Dining Room Suite from our, store for the • School awdKitche M LS the expert concludes her demonstration, out of the oven comes the lufdo«f» appetiasiig result of her skin. But before die dish went into the oven, she made jmrc that the mixture contained only the highest quality ingredients. Whether you cook for an audience or a family, the quality of your ingredients is assured when you use goods that come packed in glass containers. Only the highest quality foods can pass *fee rigid inspection to which glass packed fowif suss submitted. Flaky fish, tender meats, the fim grade and-choicest cuts, are tasty and appetiiW when served from glass jars with convenient seals. The finest produce of ferm, field and orchard, picked ia its prime, comes to you full-flavored in its fresh natural color. You will notice that glass packed goods play an important part in the cooking school expert's demonstration. .She uses foods that come in glass containers, with handy seals, for quality, convenience and economy* When you try in your kitchen the recipes you learned at die cooking school, use glass packed foods, as the expert does, to insure the utmost success, the true flavor, textures and aroma that make good food taste better. GLASS CONTAINER ASSOCIATION ^AMERICA See bur Beautiful, solid walnut, 'd!n!ngf-robm suite on 'dlsplat at the Illini Theatre during the four days of the Free Coo&ag Schoolv "'-- --••Its outstanding design will add an air of Slstlnctrdri to your home. Happy the hostess whose dining-room this suite is destined to grace I, ,, In addition, we will Have on 'display at the Cooking ScHooT, two Junior floor lamps and two bridge lamps selected from our wonderful stock. Store slug or* iff wt fiM mawm You are cordially invited to visit our store and see the ®Iegant suites for the living room*, chairs of all types; exquisite mirrors; glowing lamps. Rugs are here In a profusion of colors and designs; graceful bedroom suites; and last, but not least, attractive tables, kitchen cabinets, breakfast sets to brighten your kitchen. Select your Christmas Gifts now. B; A* Forster & Sons

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